to retire

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English - Turkish
emekliye sevk etmek
emekli olmak

Burada çalışan bayan, emekli olmak zorunda kaldı. - The lady that used to work here had to retire.

Tom emekli olmak için yeterli parasının olmasını diledi. - Tom wished that he had enough money to retire.

tekaüt olmak
emekliye ayrılmak
emekli olmak

Burada çalışan bayan, emekli olmak zorunda kaldı. - The lady that used to work here had to retire.

Karım ve ben emekli olmak için hazırlanıyoruz. - My wife and I are preparing to retire.

{f} emekliye ayırmak
{f} çekilmek
gitmek
tekaüt etmek
tekaüt olmak
call it a day
paydos etmek

Korkarım ki paydos etmek zorunda kalacağım. - I'm afraid I'll have to call it a day.

retire
emekli ol

Onun geliri, emekli olduktan sonra iki katına çıktı. - His revenue doubled after retirement.

Emekli olduktan sonra, Teresa kendini yetimlerin bakımı için adamış. - After retirement, Teresa devoted herself to caring for orphans.

retire
emekliye ayrılmak
retire
geri çekilmek
retire
bir köşeye çekilmek
retire
yatmaya gitmek
retire
emekliye sevketmek
Retire
çekilin
call it a day
çalışmaya son vermek
call it a day
burada bitirmek
retire
{f} uzaklaşmak
retire
tedavülden kaldırmak
retire
kendi odasına çekilmek
retire
vurucu
retire
{f} ayrılmak (iş)
retire
uyumaya gitmek
retire
inzivaya çekilmek
retire
yatağa yatmak
retire
emekli etmek
retire
(Askeri) GERİ ÇEKİLMEK: Bir mevziden, plana göre ve düşman baskısı olmaksızın, geri çekilmek. Bu terim, ABD' de yalnız dost birlikler için kullanılır
retire
geri çekmek tedavülden çıkararak karşılığını ödemek gümrükten çekmek emekliye ayırarak hizmetten el çektirmek
retire
{f} ödemek (senet)
retire
{f} geri çekmek
retire
yatmaya gitmek emekliye ayrılmak
retire
{f} emekliye ayrılmak, emekli/tekaüt olmak; emekliye ayırmak
English - English
call it a day
to voluntarily stop batting before being dismissed so that the next batsman can bat

Jones retired in favour of Smith.

To withdraw from circulation, or from the market; to take up and pay; as, to retire bonds; to retire a note

The central bank retired those notes five years ago.

To withdraw from a public station, from working, or from business

He wants to retire at 55.

To go to bed; as, he usually retires early

I will retire for the night.

A call sounded on a bugle, announcing to skirmishers that they are to retire, or fall back

At the retire, the cavalry fell back.'''.

to make a defensive play which results in a runner or the batter being put out

Jones retired Smith 6-3.

{v} to retreat, to withdraw
{n} a retreat, retirement
lose interest; "he retired from life when his wife died"
If you retire to another room or place, you go there. Eisenhower left the White House and retired to his farm in Gettysburg
of a fielder, to make a defensive play which results in a runner or the batter being put out
make (someone) retire; "The director was retired after the scandal"
withdraw from active participation; "He retired from chess"
Johnson closed his hotel, refusing to sell it to a new owner
Termination, recall or elimination of a security In bonds, the term often refers to repayment of the bondholders’ principal and interest Once repaid, the bonds are then retired and no longer trade as securities In stocks, companies sometimes buy back shares outstanding, then simply retire or cancel those shares, thus reducing the number of shares outstanding
cause to retire; "The pitcher retired three batters"; "the runner was put out at third base"
withdraw from circulation or from the market, as of bills, shares, and bonds
When a jury in a court of law retires, the members of it leave the court in order to decide whether someone is guilty or innocent. The jury will retire to consider its verdict today
dispose of; as of old clothes; "She finally retired that old coat"
cause to be out on a fielding play
To recede; to fall or bend back; as, the shore of the sea retires in bays and gulfs
move back and away from; "The enemy fell back"
To retreat from action or danger; to withdraw for safety or pleasure; as, to retire from battle
{f} withdraw from a position (usually due to old age); go into seclusion, withdraw; remove oneself from a particular situation; go to bed
A year 2000 strategy in which an application system will be retired rather than modified to become year 2000 compliant
to pay off the principal on a loan, thereby fulfilling the obligation under the loan contract
break from a meeting or gathering; "We adjourned for lunch"; "The men retired to the library"
go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position; "He retired at age 68"
pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
To go back or return; to draw back or away; to keep aloof; to withdraw or retreat, as from observation; to go into privacy; as, to retire to his home; to retire from the world, or from notice
of a batsman, to voluntarily stop batting so that the next batsman can bat
The act of retiring, or the state of being retired; also, a place to which one retires
To retreat or surrender ground
To withdraw; to take away; sometimes used reflexively
When older people retire, they leave their job and usually stop working completely. At the age when most people retire, he is ready to face a new career In 1974 he retired from the museum
To withdraw from a public station, or from business; as, having made a large fortune, he retired
Permanently remove a portion of emissions permits from the market This accelerates the increase in the price of remaining permits, which makes it increasingly attractive to emitters to clean up their emissions instead of buying other permits or credits
go to bed in order to sleep; "I usually turn in at midnight"; "He turns out at the crack of dawn"
When you retire, you go to bed. She retires early most nights, exhausted Some time after midnight, he retired to bed. see also retired, retiring
To withdraw; to take away; -- sometimes used reflexively
To cause to retire; specifically, to designate as no longer qualified for active service; to place on the retired list; as, to retire a military or naval officer
cause to retire; "The pitcher retired three batters"; "the runner was put out at third base" lose interest; "he retired from life when his wife died" dispose of; as of old clothes; "She finally retired that old coat" go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position; "He retired at age 68" withdraw from active participation; "He retired from chess" make (someone) retire; "The director was retired after the scandal" withdraw from circulation or from the market, as of bills, shares, and bonds
To extinguish a security, as in paying off a debt
To fulfill one's obligations under a loan or mortgage so that the lender has no further claims against the borrower
When a sports player retires from their sport, they stop playing in competitions. When they retire from a race or a match, they stop competing in it. I have decided to retire from Formula One racing at the end of the season
to retire

    Hyphenation

    to re·tire

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı ritayr

    Pronunciation

    /tə rēˈtīr/ /tə riːˈtaɪr/

    Videos

    ... of time.  But now Jim is an old man, he's an old man about to retire.  So on his retirement ...
    ... retire at the end of this year. ...

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